Analog Photography

Los Angeles as Cinematic Mirage: Analog Photography by Gianluca Galtrucco

Gianluca Galtrucco is an professional photographer who was born in Milano, Italy and currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California. Gianluca studied photography with renowned fine art photographer Antonio Di Falco in Los Angeles. For his latest project “For Your Consideration: Los Angeles as cinematic mirage”, Galtrucco captured stunning lynchian landscapes of Los Angeles. Like no other city in the world, Los Angeles encourages the observer to play with illusions—and to be played with in turn. At every street corner one wonders if they are still in ordinary life, have stepped onto a movie set, or have entered a ... Read more

Youth: Fine Art Analog Photography by Lena Pogrebnaya

Lena Pogrebnaya is a talented self-taught photographer, architect and artist currently based in Odessa, Ukraine. Lena studied Architecture and Environmental Design at Odessa State Academy of Civil Engineering and Architecture. Pogrebnaya focuses on fashion and architecture, she shoots also amazing fine art and portrait photography. The returning to colorful school time, to the period of formation your vision of a world, perception of environment, human relations – helps us to preserve yourself in this tangled maturity. Devoted to my beloved school which nurtured in me the love to architecture, the urge to knowledge and based that person who I am ... Read more

Fine Art and Colorfulness Film Portrait Photography by Rala Choi

Rala Choi is a talented South Korean photographer and artist currently based in Seoul. Rala is known for her particular film portraits and her interplay with rich, saturated colors. Choi’s abstract portraits capture simple compositions, textures of her images often make viewers question whether they’re looking at a photograph or an oil painting. I find that with the certainty of digital and the ability to check my photos, I end up changing to fit particular situations, rather than adhering to my original intention. More info: instagram / website

Multiple Exposure Film Portrait Photography by Maya Beano

Maya Beano is a talented 25-year-old self-taught photographer and scientist, who was born and raised in Amman, Jordan and currently lives in Cambridge, England. “I have recently started using 35mm film and am currently playing with Lomography to turn landscapes into dreamscapes,” she says. Maya shoots a lot of portrait and landscape photography, she uses an old Canon Prima Zoom Mini and a Canon 550D. I shoot with a bunch of cameras and lenses and use a variety of methods to achieve the final results. The newer work is experimental stuff shot on film, whereas my older work is a ... Read more

Best of American Roads: Analog Photography by Leah Frances

Leah Frances is a talented photographer and graphic designer, who was born in a small fishing village off the west coast of Canada, raised in British Columbia and currently based in Brooklyn, New York. Leah takes her camera around the country to document the American cultural landscape: motel rooms, large cars, diners, signs, spaces and dreams. Frances uses her Fujifilm X100S & Yashica T3 cameras. More info: instagram / tumblr

Hand Embroidered Analog Photography by Diane Meyer

Diane Meyer is a talented photographer and artist currently based in Los Angeles, California. For her latest “Time Spent That Might Otherwise Be Forgotten” series, Diane uses old family photographs showing her childhood in rural New Jersey, and embroiders their faces to conceal their identity. “Deteriorates the original photograph and forms a pixelated version of the underlying image,” Meyer explains. “This series is based on photographs taken at various points in my life and arranged by location,” says Meyer. “Sections of the images have been obscured through a layer of embroidered pixels sewn directly into the photograph. The embroidery deteriorates ... Read more

Analogue Portrait and Beauty Photography by Julian Marochow

Julian Marochow is a talented 30-year-old photographer currently based in Solingen, Nordrhein Westfahlen, Germany. Julian uses Fuji Xpro1 and Canon A1 cameras, he shoots a lot of portraiture, fashion, lifestyle and beauty photography. More info: instagram / facebook / website

Analog Fine Art Photography by Sarah Bodri

Sarah Bodri is a talented 29-year-old photographer and artist currently based in Toronto, Canada. Sarah received her Honors BA from York University in French Literature and Womens’ studies. Her work often explores notions of reflexivity, representations of women, and the precarious nature of both physical and psychological boundaries. Reflet, in the words of Ansel Adams, is defined as “the light reflected from the subject to the spectator or the lens” (Natural Light Photography, Adams, Ansel. New York Graphic Society, Boston, 1952. p. vii). Bodri’s most recent series, produced on Toronto Island, playfully engages the photographic tropes of “portrait” and “landscape” ... Read more

Gorgerous Analog Photography by Lukasz Wierzbowski

Lukasz Wierzbowski is a talented 32-year old self taught photographer who currently lives and works in Wroclaw, Poland. Most of the time Lukasz uses a Canon Rebel K2 SLR camera. He discovered film photography when he began to feel exhausted during his third year studying Social Psychology. More info: instagram / flickr / website

Beautiful Film Photography by Amber Chavez

Amber Chavez is a talented photographer and filmmaker based in Los Angeles, California. Amber uses a Pentax Super, Canon Elan, Pentax 645, Polaroid 203, and Polaroid 450. She along with her twin sister Ashlie Chavez work as a collaborative team, basically an inescapable unit. The girls solely shoot analog and have been doing so for the past 10 years After earning a BFA in Creative Photography, Chavez found an affinity for analog photography, determining that whether her photo shoots were designed for “personal work or commissioned work, whether I’m shooting skateboarders, friends, or models, capturing someone in an honest state ... Read more

Analog Portraits by Mariana Dias

[gallery link=”file” columns=”1″ size=”medium” ids=”99043,99044,99045,99046,99047,99048,99049,99050,99051″] Mariana Dias aka Azuru is a talented photographer and visual artist, who was born in 1986 in Maia and currently based in Porto, Portugal. She mainly works with analog photography. Mariana received a bachelors’ degree in Fine Arts and currently taking Masters degree in Contemporary Art.

Fine Art Film Photography by Misha Gordin

[gallery link=”file” columns=”1″ size=”medium” ids=”96635,96636,96637,96638,96639,96640,96641,96642,96643″] Misha Gordin is a superb talented photographer based in Riga, Latvia. He was born in 1946, the first year after the World War II. Gordin’s parents just survived hardships of evacuation and returned back home to Riga, then under Soviet occupation. Growing up among the Russian speaking population of Latvia, Russian became Gordin’s root culture. He graduated from the technical college as an aviation engineer but never worked as such, instead Misha joined Riga Motion Studios as a designer of equipment for special effects. At this time social realism was an official culture of the ... Read more

Analog Fine Art Photography by Nicol Vizioli

[gallery link=”file” columns=”1″ size=”large” ids=”95346,95347,95348,95349,95350,95351,95352,95353,95354″] Nicol Vizioli is a talented photographer, lecturer and filmmaker, who was born in Rome, Italy and currently based in London, UK. Nicol received her BA in Cinema from La Sapienze University in Rome and only recently a MA in Fashion Photography from London College of Fashion, University of the Arts. Vizioli began as a painter and this strongly influences her work today. Nicol’s work has been exhibited in several places and international art fairs such as Miami, Basel, Somerset House, the Zabludowicz Collection, The XV Biennale de la Mediterranée, Milan, London and many others.

Analog Photography by Svetlana Mladenovic

Svetlana Mladenovic is a self taught, Belgrade based photographer. She obsessively uses photography to capture the way she sees and feels the world around her. Up to this date, she remains faithful to the film as she believes the grain reflects her way of perception and comprehension much better than the pixel does.

Analog Fine Art Photography by Rodney Smith

[gallery link=”file” columns=”1″ size=”large” ids=”90708,90709,90710,90711,90712,90713,90714,90715,90716″] Rodney Smith is a superb talented American photographer, who captures the simplicity and elegance of another era. Rodney studied photography under Walker Evans at Yale. In 1975 he received a fellowhip, which enabled him to live in Jerusalem for three months. The world he photographed while there resulted in the book The Land of Light, published by Houghton Mifflin. (White sandwashed walls, lean-faced men with hypnotic eyes, glossy brown-eyed women and children with brilliant smiles. This collection achieves an even more powerful effect today.) After its publication, Rodney was asked to lecture at Columbia University, ... Read more

Stunning Analog Landscapes by Lisa Smit

[gallery link=”file” columns=”1″ size=”large” ids=”90425,90426,90427,90428,90429,90430,90431,90432,90433″] Lisa Smit is a talented photographer, who was born 21 years ago in Vlaardingen, The Netherlands and currently based in Melbourne, Australia. Lisa uses Olympus OM10 camera, she shoots a lot of landscape, nature and portrait photography.

Analog Photography by Fred Guillaud

[gallery link=”file” columns=”1″ size=”large” ids=”88407,88408,88409,88410,88411,88412,88413,88414,88415″] Fred Guillaud is a talented photographer, architect and teacher who was born in 1973 in France. He’s living in Barcelona since the year 2000. Exclusively analog, his work is shaped as a diary and mainly deals with the use and the evolution of urban spaces and landscapes through the observation of the daily life.

Analog Photography by Ilse Ruppert

[gallery link=”file” columns=”1″ size=”large” ids=”87857,87858,87859,87860,87861,87862,87863,87864,87865″] Ilse Ruppert is talented freelance photographer since 1978, lived between Paris and Los Angeles. Now she is based in Berlin. In the early 80’s she portrayed the punk and new wave scene in Hamburg, Berlin, Paris, London and New York City but also actors, painters and writers for reports and features in national and international magazines.

Analog Photography by Lisa-Marie Kaspar

[gallery link=”file” columns=”1″ size=”full” ids=”84287,84288,84289,84290,84291,84292,84293,84294,84295″] Lisa-Marie Kaspar is a talented self taught film photographer and design studen from Würzburg, Germany. Lisa-Marie is 22 years old. she started photography in 2013. Kaspar shoots very emotional and melancholic photography.

Black and White Analog Photography by Noah Jashinski

[gallery link=”file” columns=”1″ size=”full” ids=”82377,82378,82379,82380,82381,82382,82383,82384,82385″] Noah Jashinski’s career began while studying film at New York University. It was there he pronounced his love of ’60s French New Wave cinema, and though photography would not become his primary focus until later, the feel of youthful iconoclasm and raw emotion heavily inspires his aesthetic today. The results from a trip abroad in which he found himself with a plastic camera and a bag of expired film changed the trajectory of his medium in 2009. Noah immediately began collecting cameras and organizing shoots with close friends or regular people he met on the ... Read more